These are the most common questions
The cost of your dental implant surgery is based on the number of implants. This includes the implant, the surgery, and surgical follow up. Your general dentist will be responsible for making and placing your crown, and will provide you with pricing for that portion of the process. Unless you are using ActOn Implants as the soul provider of your procedure.
ActOn Implants works with dentists across the St. Louis area who refer patients to us for dental implants. Ask your dentist about ActOn Implants and our low-cost, high quality implants. If your dentist is unfamiliar with ActOn, please let them know about us!
We are the experts in the area if you will be working with us directly, we will be your provider from start to finish.
No. All dental implants come from a handful of manufacturers which are all held to the same strict guidelines by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Because of our relationship with the manufacturer, we are able to pass the savings directly to the consumer while still providing an outstanding level of patient attention and service.
If you haven’t seen a general dentist in over one year, you may contact our office directly without a referral.
The lifespan of a dental implant is much longer than a bridge, and requires no disturbance to the adjacent teeth to place it. In many patients, with proper care and maintenance and no exposure to trauma, dental implants could last a lifetime.
Most patients, regardless of age or previous dental history, are good candidates for dental implants. With ActOn Implants low pricing, we’ve broken down the cost barrier to make them accessible to even more patients in the St. Louis area. Talk with your dentist about your specific condition, or contact us for more information.
ActOn Implants are FDA approved, and are the same as implants used in dental offices across the country charging more.
Yes! ActOn Implants will provide free replacement of the implant and crown if implant failure occurs within five years of placement. (Does not include loss due to traumatic event.)
Patients must pay for the implant at the time of service. ActOn Implants will provide patients with the forms they need to submit to their insurance companies for direct reimbursement to the patient.